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by christiane amanpour who spent time in the north. and former presidential candidate jon huntsman who served as ambassador to a key player in the diplomatic game, china. we'll get his perspective on all of this. >>> later, they call them mass games. you will hear from a documentary film maker who got unprecedented access to them, inside north korea. they are actually mass indoctrinations, tens of thousands of north koreans who take part and the millions who watch. >>> welcome back. our breaking news tonight, north korea could have nuclear devices small enough to put on a ballistic missile or ballistic missiles that could then be fired into, say, south korea or in the region. that's from a new assessment by the defense intelligence agency. now, the conclusion, though, comes with a string of caveats. according to that assessment, the resulting missile might be unreliable. it hasn't been tested. that and the authors say there's only moderate confidence in the overall conclusion. more now on how to unravel the crisis now with chief international correspondent christiane amanpour and jon huntsman
. and former presidential candidate jon huntsman who served as ambassador to a key player in the diplomatic game, china. we'll get his perspective on all of this. >>> later, they call them mass games. you will hear from a documentary film maker who got unprecedented access to them, inside north korea. they are actually mass indoctrinations, tens of thousands of north koreans who take part and the millions who watch. see life in the best light. outdoors, or in. automatically filter amount of light. the way it's meant to be seen. maybe even a little better. experience life well lit, adaptive lenses. vision center today transitions xtractive lenses enhance your vision. save money. live better. thank you orville and wilbur... ...amelia... neil and buzz: for teaching us that you can't create the future... by clinging to the past. and with that: you're history. instead of looking behind... delta is looking beyond. 80 thousand of us investing billions... in everything from the best experiences below... to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we're making it. >>> welcome
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, expresses grave concern. former ambassador to china jon huntsman weighs in on tensions in the korean peninsula. plus, immigration reform, the house version. two key members working on a compromise tell us what they've got and how it jives or doesn't with senate efforts. and our political panel on the reemergence of hillary clinton, private citizen, the emerges obama budget and why there is no emergence of jobs. i'm candy crowley and this is "state of the union." >>> with some of the parents of sandy hook looking on the connecticut governor enacted some of the toughest gun laws in the country this week, that includes the addition of more than 100 weapons to the state assault weapons ban including the bushmaster, one of the guns used at sandy hook. it bans the sales of magazines with more than ten rounds of ammunition, requires a certificate to buy ammunition and bans armor-piercing bullets. joining us is governor dan malloy. thank you for joining us. it was a big week for you. you got maybe some of what you wanted, maybe not as far as you wanted some of it to go. i want to play for yo
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whose message is all over the place. joining me now, krystal ball and abbie huntsman. thank you both for being on the show. >> thanks for having us, reverend. >> krystal, there's a serious point here. this split is part of the civil war going on in the gop right now. do you agree? >> i absolutely agree. i think o'reilly and limbaugh are interesting proxies for the debate at large going on with the republican party. and for limbaugh it's no surprise that he's sort of trying to hold on to those old positions. not only does he, as he always does, see his market opportunity, this is his niche, this is who he needs to play to, but in large part when the republican party is talking about a rebranding, they are talking about rebranding themselves away from thinkers like rush limbaugh. i mean, he has been mentioned specifically in some instances, particularly the kind of offensive language that he's used towards women. so, of course, he is not on board with any sort of republican party rebranding. because that erodes his power that he's held for decades now. >> abby, you know this crowd pret
huntsman had a strange pain in her leg that she couldn't describe, a pianist who, at the time, was playing six hours a day to get ready for a recital. she finally went to the doctor. >> it was diagnosed as deep vein thrombosis and a pulmonary embolism. >> reporter: ten years ago, dvt was not something many americans had ever heard of. >> it shows that 74% of americans had never heard of this condition. >> the year was 2003, and nbc news correspondent david bloom was in the middle of a war zone in iraq when he was killed by something that takes hundreds of thousands of lives here at home every year: a complication of dvt. a blood clot in his leg likely brought on in part by long days of being trapped in an arm orred vehicle had broken loose and got trapped in his lungs. it translated to a pulmonary embolism that took his life. neither he nor his wife knew anything about dvt. >> he called me and said, i have to stretch my legs out. my legs have been cramping up on me. >> reporter: after david's death, melanie received hundreds of letters from those who had suffered or lost loved ones to dvt.
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. >> thank you. >>> in a minute i'll speak with the former united states ambassador to china, jon huntsman and ask whether a new harder line from china will do any good in this crisis unfolding. again! hey! i almost didn't recognize you without the suit. well, this is my weekend suit. weekend getaways just got better. well, enjoy your round! alright, thanks! save a ton on our best available rate when you book early and feel the hamptonality. [ "the odd couple" theme playing ] humans. even when we cross our "t"s and dot our "i"s, we still run into problems -- mainly other humans. at liberty mutual insurance, we understand. that's why our auto policies come with accident forgiveness if you qualify, where your rates won't go up due to your first accident, and new car replacement, where if you total your new car, we give you the money for a new one. call... to talk to an insurance expert about everything else that comes standard with our base auto policy. [ tires squeal ] and if you get into an accident and use one of our certified repair shops, your repairs are guaranteed for life. call... to
candidate jon huntsman noted whenever a party takes a position that runs counter to 98 out of every 100 scientists, that party has a problem . governor huntsman is right . let me illustrate with an analogy . say you went to a doctor who told you, you know, you better start eating more sensibly and start exercising because you're just tremendously overweight and i see in your file here that your father died of a heart attack at an early age . you've really got to go on a diet and start working out . and you say, you know what, i'd like a second opinion . so you go to a second doctor, and he examines you, or she examines you, saying, okay, look, you have a family history of heart disease . your father died of a heart attack at 40 . you weigh over 300 pounds . your cholesterol is out of control . your blood pressure is through the roof . it would just be irresponsible of me not to immediately send you to the mayo clinic to this place i know . you've got to go there . then you say, thanks, doctor, but i'd really like a third opinion . and the third doctor says, wow, this is a problem . you
on north korea. listen to what the former ambassador to china, jon huntsman, had to stay on "state of the union." >> they have economic leverage. does the north listen to that? no. they lie and they cheat as it relates to china as well. but people do busy with people. in the old days mao tse-tung had a relationship. i don't think kim jong-un has spent any time with these leaders. probably safe to say dennis rodman has probably had more facebook with kim jong-un than the president of china. >> are those some of the same concerns being expressed? >> i think this economic issue really is the one that people are looking at right now. china in fact is probably the only country minimal though it may be that north korea really talks to on a regular basis. china today saying they don't want the north koreans to unsettle the region, to cause trouble on their own agenda, if you will, that's going to upset asia. this is the economic powerhouse. the chinese want to see economic stability in the region and they know north korea has the ability to upset that if they conduct these missile tests o
to china, jon huntsman, today say about these comments from china. >> this is rather unprecedented for the head of the party, the head of the military, and the president, all one person, to be saying these words. and it suggests to me, as i've watched the ratcheting up of frustration among chinese leaders over the last many years that they probably have hit the 212 degrees boiling point as it relates to north korea. >> as a situation reaches a tipping point, the u.s. delayed a planned missile test firing in california in an effort to ease tensions on the korean peninsula. barbara starr is at the pentagon for more on the u.s. response. barbara, what more do we know about postponing of this missile test? >> good evening, don, the pentagon is saying it is a prudent action, essentially. they don't want north korea to get the wrong idea if the routine missile tests were to go forward, they don't want north korea to construe it, either accidentally or deliberately, as provocation. so they will delay the test. but it is pretty interesting. i can't recall anything like that happening recen
to what former u.s. ambassador to china jon huntsman had to say about these comments from china. >> this is rather unprecedented for the head of the party, the head of the military and the president, all one person, xi jinping to be saying these words, and it suggests to me as i've watched the ratcheting up of frustration among chinese leaders over the last many years that they probably have hit the 212-degree boiling point as it relates to north korea. >> as the situation reaches a tipping point, the u.s. has delayed a planned missile test firing in california. barbara starr is at the pentagon with more on the u.s. response. barbara? >> reporter: intelligences still high, and a lot of concern that north korea still might be planning to test fire ballistic missiles from its east coast as soon as this week. a lot of focus on the date of april 10th because that's the date when the north koreans are pushing to get south korean workers out of north korea in an industrial area where they have been working and the north koreans have also been telling foreign nationals they cannot prot
of the union" will welcome connecticut governor dan malloy and jon huntsman. "face the nation," with chuck schumer and john mccain. also, former secretary of state madeleine albright. sunday talk shows are brought to you as a public service by the networks and c-span. you can listen to them all on c- inn radio on 90.1 fm washington d.c., or nationwide .n xm satellite radio or go online to c-span radio -- >> they had a very political marriage. in the halls of congress. she was always very careful to say, my husband believes this, my husband advocates that, but she herself was doing the pitch. one of her husband's opponents everhe hoped that if elected president, she would take up housekeeping. , if you-- she said are ever elected president, i will keep neither house or butter. ,> we will look at sarah polk and also her successors abigail taylor and mrs. fillmore. first ladies, live on monday night on c-span and c-span three. pan 3. washington journal continues. gentlemen, thank you for being with us. we will talk about same-sex marriage and congress returning this week. le
-sex marriage. is there? is christie? >> no. >> there's not. jon huntsman isn't going to run again. huntsmannesque could emerge. but at this point, it is very hard to see christie change his position. he has enough problems. that is what's interesting. it goes to bill's point. we're talking as if there is this tidal wave when there are three republicans in congress. and it really irks the senate democrats. i can tell you every story we wrote last week, ten senate democrats still oppose marriage equality. nine senate democrats. 44 senate republicans who do. it drives them nuts. >> bill: only eight democrats and tomorrow it will be seven. >> bob casey changed. >> bill: james so great to talk to you. thank you so much for joining us. good work. great story. appreciate it. politico. with james hohmann. michael tomasky still with us here as a "friend of bill." >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." to the fire. are you encouraged by what you heard the president say the other night? is this personal or is it political? a lot of my work happens by doing the things tha
, jon huntsman, talked about u.s. preparedness this morning. listen. >> we've deployed a couple of aegis class destroyers with missile defense capabilities in the region, we've got ongoing military-to-military exercises with south korea. we've scrambled some long-range bombers, b-2s and b-52s. so militarily, we are at a level of preparedness with south korea that is very, very good. of course, north korea hates that. >> so, it seems like the united states is prepared militarily for conflict with north korea, but could we soon be talking about war? nbc's white house correspondent, peter alexander, joins me live now on this sunday. pete, how is the white house at this point trying to diffuse tensions? >> reporter: it's a good question, craig. clearly, the white house does not desire war and certainly you would presume that north korea doesn't want that either, despite the posturing we've witnessed in recent days. you're hearing that south korea is now worried that they think there could be a missile test or a missile being launched within the next several days. the u.s. saying something pr
: good, go ahead. >> caller: did you happen to catch abby huntsman on bill maher? >> stephanie: i did. >> caller: i was like -- >> stephanie: she is also smoking hot but wrong. >> caller: beautiful girl but doesn't bring a lot to the debate table. and when she said -- i died laughing on a couple of things she said. first thing she said when the economy does well, the middle class does well. you said that there eye candy. you said that backwards there eye candy. >> no, no, no. >> stephanie: i wanted more time for bernie sanders to speak. >> she kept pushing his hand away. gesturing. old man, stop it. get away from me. >> stephanie: steven stills next on "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> stephanie: all right. hour number two. rock star steen stills live in studio coming up. jacki schechner, i. >>pologyize for some hostility toward from you some woman on the phone. she was offended that you were offended by the president's pamela harris remark. >> i wasn't offended. but i don't think it is appropriate because i don't think it is something the president would say about a m
's "take three" our special guest abby huntsman of "the huffington post." i want to ask you about margaret thatcher your family got to know her pretty well, you had a chance to meet her when you were a young girl. some impressions? >> a sad morning. i got a chance to meet her when i was a little girl and seeing her behind closed doors is what you expect. she was a woman with so much courage, someone that is not willing to sit in the back of the classroom. she can hang with the best of them and get things done. she really sticks to her convictions. she paved the way for women in politics and her legacy will be remembered forever. >> that's a perfect segue to our take one today. >> our take three, talking about the woman who could be the leader of this country, about 35 years or more than after the fact, chelsea clinton speaking out on speculation that her mother will once again run for president. here's chelsea talking to nbc's john yang on today. >> i deeply respect and appreciate all of the administratied admiration and respect and gratitude for my mother's service. as a daughter i very
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